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Patrick O'Byrne

Professeur agrégé

Pièce : RGN 3249B
Tél : (613) 562-5800 poste 8917
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Courriel : pjobyrne@uottawa.ca

Patrick O'Byrne

Biographie

Patrick O’Byrne est professeur agrégé à l’École des sciences infirmières, Faculté des sciences de la santé, Université d’Ottawa. Son champ de recherche et sa pratique clinique s’articulent autour de la santé publique, spécifiquement au niveau des infections transmissibles sexuellement et le VIH.  De plus, Dr. O’Byrne a été impliqué dans divers projets de recherche, subventionnés par les Instituts de recherches en santé du Canada (IRSC) et le gouvernement fédéral, se concentrant sur les populations marginalisées, notamment les hommes ayant des relations sexuelles avec des hommes, (gais, bisexuels), les adolescents, les échangistes, et les sans-abris. Dr. O’Byrne a reçu la médaille d’or académique du Gouverneur Général pour son travail. Dr. O’Byrne est aussi le récipiendaire d’une bourse de nouveaux chercheurs octroyée par le Ministère de la recherche et de l’innovation (Gouvernement de l’Ontario).


Titres universitaires

Année Diplôme Spécialisation Lieu d'obtention
2010 Postdoctorat Médecine Université de Toronto
2009 Postdoctorat Sciences infirmières Université de Californie, San Francisco (UCSF)
2008 PhD Sciences infirmières Université d’Ottawa
2005 (Transfert au PhD) Sciences infirmières Université d’Ottawa
2004 BScN Sciences infirmières Université d’Ottawa

Intérêts de recherche

  • Sciences infirmières en santé publique
  • Populations marginalisées
  • Santé sexuelle
  • Infections transmissibles sexuellement et VIH
  • Théorie critique et aspect politiques du soin
  • Épistémologie en sciences infirmières

Publications

  • O’Byrne P, Watts J*. (Accepted). Inclusion, Differentiation, and Management: Young Gay Men, STI/HIV Clinics, and Health Care Utilization. Nursing Inquiry.
  • Bryan A*, O’Byrne P. (In Press). A Policy Proposal for Clinicians Caring for People Living with HIV/AIDS. Policy, Politics, and Nursing Practice.
  • O’Byrne P. (In Press). Examining the Intersection of Desire, Drugs, and Place Among Gay Men. Journal of Research in Nursing.
  • O’Byrne P, Bryan A*, & Woodyatt, C*. (In Press). Nondisclosure Prosecutions and HIV Prevention: Preliminary Results from an Ottawa-Based Gay Men’s Sex Survey. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care.
  • O’Byrne P. (In Press). Nomadic Sexualities: An In-Depth Case Study about “Unsafe Sex”. Nursing Inquiry.
  • O’Byrne P, Gagnon M. 2012. HIV Criminalization and Nursing Practice. Aporia 4(2), 5-34.
  • O’Byrne P, Holmes D. 2012. Indulgence, Restraint, and the Engagement of Pleasure: Inciting Reflection using Nietzsche’s Ascetic Ideal. Research and Theory for Nursing Practice: An International Journal 26(1), 10-24.
  • O’Byrne P. (2012). Health Inequities, HIV, and Public Health Practice: Examining the Role of Qualitative Research. Research and Theory for Nursing Practice: An International Journal, 26(3): 167-181
  • O’Byrne P. 2012. HIV Prevention in the Context of Care: HIV Testing and Public Health Practice. Public Health Nursing, 29(2):175-184.
  • O’Byrne P. 2012. Population Health and Social Governance: Analysing the Mainstream Incorporation of Ethnography. Qualitative Health Research, 22(5):859-67.
  • O’Byrne P. 2012 Criminal Law and Public Health Practice: Are the Canadian HIV Disclosure Laws an Effective HIV Prevention Strategy? Sexuality Research & Social Policy, 9(1):70-9.
  • O’Byrne P, Holmes D. 2011. Drug Use as Boundary Play: A Qualitative Exploration of Gay Circuit Parties. Substance Use & Misuse, 46(12):1510-22.
  • O’Byrne P. 2011. The Potential Effects of a Police Announcement about an HIV Non-Disclosure: A Case Analysis. Policy, Politics, and Nursing Practice, 12(1):53-63.
  • O’Byrne P. 2011. HIV, Nursing Practice, and the Law: What does HIV Criminalization Mean for Practicing Nurses? Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 22(5):339-44.
  • O’Byrne P. 2011. An Argument for Practice-Based Public Health Research on Sexually Transmitted Infection Management. Public Health Nursing, 28(4):357-65.
  • O’Byrne P, Watts J*. 2011. Exploring sexual networks: A preliminary look at swingers’ sexual behavior and health care-seeking practices. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 43(1):80-97.
  • O’Byrne P. 2011. Self-Directed STI Testing: Providing Non-Invasive Sexual Health Services. Applied Nursing Research, 24:17-21.
  • O’Byrne P, Holmes D. 2011. Desire, Drug Use and Unsafe Sex: A Qualitative Examination of Gay Men Who Attend Gay Circuit Parties. Culture, Health, and Sexuality, 13(1):1-13.
  • O’Byrne P, Watts J*. 2010. Theory and Practice: Examining PHAC’s STI Assessment Guidelines Using Sexual Script Theory. Aporia – The Nursing Journal, 2(4):6-18.
  • Holmes D, O’Byrne P, Murray S. 2010. Faceless Sex: Glory Holes and Sexual Assemblages. Nursing Philosophy, 11:250-9.
  • Holmes D, O’Byrne P. 2010. Subjugated to the ‘Appa­­ratus of Capture’: Self, Sex, and Public Health Technologies. Social Theory & Health, 8(3):246-58.
  • O’Byrne P, Holmes D. 2009. The Microfascism of the Social Contract: Reframing our Understanding Public Health STI Control. Surveillance Society, 7(1):1-13.
  • Gastaldo D, Holmes D, Lombardo A, O’Byrne P. 2009. Unprotected Sex among Men Who Have Sex with Men in Canada: Exploring Rationales and Expanding HIV Prevention. Critical Public Health, 19(3-4):399-416.
  • O’Byrne P, Holmes D. 2009. The Politics of Nursing Care: Correcting Deviance in Accordance with the Social Contract. Policy, Politics, and Nursing Practice, 10(2):153-62.
  • O’Byrne P, Carnegie J. 2008. E-Learning: The Development of Interactive Anatomy Images Using Flash™. Advances in Health Sciences Education, 30(8):e260-71.
  • O’Byrne P, Holmes D. 2008. Researching Marginalized Populations: Ethical Concerns for Ethnography. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 40(3):144-59.
  • O’Byrne P, Holmes D, Woodend K. 2008. Understanding Human Sexual Networks: A Critique of the Promiscuity Paradigm. Critical Public Health, 18(3):333-45.
  • Holmes D, Gastaldo D, O’Byrne P, Lombardo A. 2008. Bareback Sex: A Conflation of Risk and Masculinity. International Journal of Men’s Health, 7(2):171-91.
  • O’Byrne P, Dias R. 2008. Urine Drop-Off Testing: A Self-Directed STI Screening Tool. Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 17(1-2):53-9.
  • O’Byrne P, MacPherson P. 2008. Understanding HIV viral load: Implications for counselling. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 99(3):189-91.
  • O’Byrne P, Holmes D. 2008. A System’s Change Case Study: Evaluating the Implementation and Sustainability of Crack Pipe Distribution in Canada. Addictions Research & Theory, 16(2):181-92.
  • O’Byrne P. 2008. The Dissection of Risk: A Conceptual Analysis. Nursing Inquiry, 15(1):30-9.
  • O’Byrne P. 2007. The Advantages and Disadvantages of Mixing Methods: An Analysis of Combining Traditional and Auto-Ethnographic Approaches. Qualitative Health Research, 17(10):1381-91.
  • Holmes D, O’Byrne P, Coyte P. 2007. MS3 Squad: Considering Cyborgs for Future Prevention Programs. Body, Space & Technology, 8:e1-9.
  • O’Byrne P, Holmes D. 2007. The Micro-Fascism of Plato’s Good Citizen: Producing (Dis)order through the Construction of Risk. Nursing Philosophy, 8:93-102.
  • Holmes D, O’Byrne P, Gastaldo D. 2007. Setting the Space for Sex: Architecture, Desire and Health Issues in Gay Bathhouses. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 44:273-84.
  • Holmes D, O’Byrne P, Gastaldo D. 2006. Raw Pleasure as Limit Experience: A Foucauldian Analysis of Unsafe Anal Sex between Men. Social Theory & Health, 4:319-33.
  • Holmes D, Perron A, O’Byrne P. 2006. Understanding Disgust in Nursing: Abjection, Self & Other. Research & Theory for Nursing Practice: An International Journal, 20(4):305-15.
  • Holmes D, O’Byrne P. 2006. The Art of Public Health Nursing: Using Confession Technè in the Sexual Health Domain. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 56(4):1-8.
  • Holmes D, Perron A, O’Byrne P. 2006. Evidence, Virulence, and the Disappearance of Nursing Knowledge: A Critique of the Evidence-Based Dogma. Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing, 3(3):95-102.
  • Holmes D, O’Byrne P. 2006. Bareback Sex and the Law: The Difficult Issue of HIV Status Disclosure. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing & Mental Health Services, 44(7):26-33.
  • O’Byrne P, Holmes D. 2005. Re-evaluating Current Health Policy: Alternative Approaches to Sexually Transmitted Infection Testing for Teens and Males who Have Sex with Males. Journal of Public Health Nursing, 22 (6):523-8.

Chapitres de livres

  • Holmes D, O’Byrne P. 2012. Resisting the Violence of Stratification:
    Imperialism, War Machines and the Evidence-based Movement. In A. Broom, J. Adams (Eds.), Evidence Based Healthcare in Context: Critical Social Science Perspectives. (p.43-60). Aldershot: Ashgate.
  • O’Byrne P, Woodyatt C*. 2012. Sexual Health Nursing Assessments: Examining the Symbolic Violence of Intimate Exposures. In D Holmes, T Rudge, A Perron (Eds.), Rethinking Violence in Health Care: A Critical Approach. (p.189-200). Aldershot: Ashgate.
  • Holmes D, O’Byrne P, Gastaldo D. 2010. Unspeakable Pleasures: Conducting Research in the RadSex Domain. In I Bourgeault, R Dingwall, R de Vries, (Eds.), Sage Handbook on Qualitative Health Research. (p.673-95). Thousand Oaks: Sage.
  • O’Byrne P. 2010. Eroticizing the abject: Understanding the role of skeeting in sexual practices. In D Holmes, T Rudge (Eds.), Abjectly Boundless. (p.81-101). Surrey: Ashgate.